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Old 09-06-2013, 04:13 PM   #1
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Is anyone here....

Running these kind of rear lower control arms and panhard bar on there car? Just got them in today and was wondering what to expect by bolting these on? and if it really does kill the dreaded wheel hop?




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Old 09-06-2013, 04:15 PM   #2
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I had adjustable pieces in my car.
The car will track much better, be more predictable, and the wheel hop will be mostly solved.
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Yeah i looked at the adjustable ones but couldnt justify the extra cost for them so i just got these.......Good to hear about the wheel hop as that is the most important thing im trying to get rid of, Thanks
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I have a different brand but same type of pieces on my car. Did not rid of wheel hop. New shocks and springs solved that.
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Like Mr. Luos I have adjustable ones different
brand but they make a lot of difference in the amount of wheel hop.
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Well i finally got time to go out to my buddys house and put the car up on the lift and bolt these bad boys on,I can report that im very happy with the way they work,what they do the wheel hop is gone and i had to laugh because the straight line traction is so good now it bogs the poor 6 down. I also replaced the front torque arm/tranny bushing with a urethane 1 and that cured all the herky jerky stuff when pulling up to a light or letting off the gas.All in all a good day and fixed what i wanted fixed so im a happy camper now.......
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